Craig Morgan has performed the National Anthem many, many times and is well aware of what can go wrong during such a stressful performance. The singer tells Taste of Country that he didn’t see Steven Tyler‘s heavily criticized performance before yesterday’s AFC championship game, but he feels bad for him anyway.
Country duo Steel Magnolia canceled a concert in Greenville, Tenn. and set off a whirlwind of rumors about their personal and professional relationships. TriCities.com was the first to report about a potential breakup after the group pulled out of a March 24 tour stop.
Country legend Merle Haggard hadn’t been feeling well in recent days, but chose to press on with a run of tour stops across the south. The illness caught up with him on Tuesday night, however, as Haggard was hospitalized for pneumonia just minutes before he was scheduled to begin a set in Macon, Ga.
Alan Jackson walks up and down the pier at Coney Island longing for love, or his missing mustache, in the new ‘So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore‘ video. While the legend’s facial hair has been going through somewhat of a transition in recent months, the clip below is the first official release in recent memory featuring a sheared Jackson.
Cher gets what Cher wants. That cute pup with the terrifying snarl is Miranda Lambert‘s dog Cher, and she is now the profile picture on the singer’s Twitter page. “Cher wanted y’all to know she is pretty so she posed for me for my profile pic,” Lambert tweeted on Wednesday before posting the above snapshot.
Between a Brad Paisley tour, media obligations and English tests, it would seem Scotty McCreery wouldn’t have much time to keep up with reality television, but the 18-year old says he’ll definitely be sitting down when the 11th season of ‘American Idol‘ begins on Jan. 18.
Kelly Clarkson, the original reality television success story, may soon be lending a hand to contestants on the hottest new singing competition program. Clarkson is said to be in line to help Blake Shelton mentor his singers on NBC’s ‘The Voice.’
Justin Moore‘s trip to Dallas, Texas to watch his Arkansas Razorbacks play in Friday night’s Cotton Bowl is off to a contentious start. Last night, he was asked to leave an area restaurant for allegedly hitting on two diners. It’s a charge the married father of two vehemently denies.
A knee surgery and pneumonia kept country legend Loretta Lynn from fulfilling a number of her late 2011 tour dates. An unknown ailment is keeping her off the road to begin 2012. The singer has canceled her first shows of the year, a Jan. 7 stop in Ashland, Ken. and a Jan. 8 show in Durham, N.C.
Neal McCoy didn’t have to go far to find willing extras for the upcoming video for his new song ‘A-OK.’ The singer decided to film the clip in his hometown of Longview, Texas. KYTX reports that McCoy invited anyone and everyone to dance, clap their hands and sing along in the video for the song from his upcoming ‘XII’ album.
Dolly Parton has the perfect topic for her next try at a Broadway musical: herself. The singer, songwriter and star of the upcoming ‘Joyful Noise’ movie says she’d love to make her personal story of determination and success into a musical, and has even begun to work on it.
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